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Kash Patel: Durham May Build a Conspiracy Case Against Andrew McCabe
"But then I thought to myself and Jim said it during the break We always chatting Chips like you know really pisses me off He's like Andrew weissman Who Now Mueller was out of it You heard him testify publicly I'm not absolving him of wrongdoing Mueller folks Let me be clear But he was so clearly out of it in the hearing you wonder how much he really knew about wiseman was his bulldog And weissman was briefed cash in August of 2016 about the dossier and then gets the bulldog position under Mueller to go after Trump for what weissman now categorically knows was a hoax This is third world Cuba style stuff No Jim's right This guy ran the special counsel's investigation not based on facts and law but based on pure politics And he admitted it and he got hired to do that job anyway This is the same guy that texted the Deputy Attorney General The attorney general Sally Yates the day after she got fired rightly so by Trump and he texted her and he said basically we love you Thanks for being a political monster What kind of computers did me as a former federal prosecutor How can you be okay with that But that Andy I'll check one to Jim on that Andy and I go to the biggest culprit is Miami Andy mccabe That guy orchestrated this entire Russia gate hoax as a deputy director of the FBI and a reminder everybody He got fired for lying to federal investigators about leaking information to the media about the Clinton email server investigation That's the guy that was running the insurance plan with the lovebirds in his office In August of 2016 and that's the guy that signed off in the most salacious Pfizer warrant and lied to a federal court That guy I have always said this all roads lead to Andy mccabe and I think John dermot building the criminal conspiracy case that's going to knock him out
Media Research Center Gives Dan Bongino a Bulldog Award
"Hey before I get back to what I wanted to talk about how Biden is repeating the same mistakes of the past that are going to lead us to more mistakes in the future which are going to be mistakes that you are going to suffer the ramifications of Biden will be fine believe me Biden will be just fine He's taken care of in The White House I want to thank the media research center They gave me I have the award if you're watching here on Fox nation I found out about it last week but they the press release went out today Their first bulldog awards they're called the anti pulitzers of Pulitzer so I'm honored to be on the other side of the ridiculous Pulitzer prizes given to idiots in the media talk about the pee pee hoax So they gave me the bulldog award Here's the award right there It looks like Jim what do you think is in the shape of a liberal tier Looks like a big liberal tier right Yeah It's even blue kind of the color of water with the sky reflection So the MRC media research center those guys are awesome repose group and all those people Curtis Howe Dan came to all those folks MRC bulldog award recognizes Dan bongino for outstanding podcast 2022 Thank you Thank you You guys are fantastic I am honored I love my podcast I've been doing it for 8 years You can check it out folks I want to congratulate Steven gypsy and Mark Levin got the best radio show award I certainly can not dispute that I am a fan of the great one as you know as well He has been a warrior for as long as I've been alive on this cause on the radio But podcast that's really great So thank you very much media
Next Installment of the Fact-Checker Clown Show
"Never Remember Jacob ray is Jakob Rees is a alleged fact checker He works for politics and nonsense outlets like that He wrote a fact check a while ago Let me read this to you This one's hilarious He wrote this fact check About Maria bartiromo where Maria bartiromo said that you know we were importing half of something half of our oil from Russia and in the fact check admitted that Maria bartiromo was right And then gauge that the fact checked that it was mostly false Jacob Rees we covered it in pretty intimate detail So Jacob ray is strikes again Again he claims to be a fact checker He emailed Christina pushaw Christina push up is a media rep for governor Ron DeSantis in Florida She is terrific She is a bulldog right So Jacob Reyes who tried to and failed to fact check Maria bartiromo and inadvertently proved what she was saying was accurate He sends an email to Christina Pusha from Ron DeSantis is always saying hello I'm writing a fact check on a quick deadline here regarding the following governor desantis claim The claim is this The student debt that is out there almost 60% of it is graduate school debt Jakob says if you'd like to provide supporting material for the claim I would need to hear back by 9 p.m. Meanwhile I'll continue my own research and interviews best Jacob brass Jakob maybe you should have started at your own pointer institute where you worked where the pointer institute wrote an article about exactly this So Christina responds back Jacob you wrote employer pointer recently published research about this topic finding that 56% of outstanding student debt is owed by households that hold graduate degrees I think 56% qualifies as almost 60 Banks Christina pushaw Can it get any worse
Joy Reid Resorts to Calling Elon Musk Racist
"Check out joy Reid. The thing is the only enjoyment they get out of being in this town square is being able to harass people, being able to attack people. There was a time when people had the double hashtags around their names because they were Jewish and right wingers were saying get in the oven anytime you made any benign comment on Twitter. They attacked women. The misogyny was crazy on Twitter for a while. Elon Musk, I guess he, you know, he misses the old South Africa in the 80s. He wants that back. Elon Musk misses the old South Africa from the 80s. He's pro apartheid right joy. He's a racist. That's all they got. It's all they got. And the irony of that bitter vicious, nasty, vitriolic woman. Claiming that conservatives want Twitter so we can attack people, she is the pit bulldog of MSNBC. She's the attack dog that's the junkyard dog that will take your arm off if you're a conservative and you get within ten feet of her.
"bulldogs" Discussed on Short Wave
"Few things that people are talking about in December, the Australian veterinary association recommended that bulldogs was short muzzles, spinal problems, or breathing problems, not be bred at all. And then there's a breeder in Switzerland, who was concerned about the health issues, and she created a new breed called continental bulldogs. It's kind of less compact with a snout that's a bit longer. So it's kind of about accepting a bulldog that looks a little bit less like the bulldogs we think of today. I'm trying to imagine that at the Westminster dog show and how the judges are going to respond. Our other breeders opened it changing the way the bulldogs look. Well, not exactly. The way bulldogs look is controlled by the breed standard. It's kind of like the recipe for a bulldog. It defines the bulldogs. Look and temperament. And in the U.S., it's set by the bulldog club of America, and I spoke to the club's president Jeff ryman, and he said they've had essentially the same standard for bulldogs for a century. Change in the standard after a hundred years is not necessary. We want to follow the standard. And we want to encourage and educate those that don't to follow the standard. Two health tests their dogs. Then we get healthier dogs. He says his group provides a list of recommended health tests for breeders to use. And his take is that bulldog health problems are largely due to irresponsible breeders, not the actual look of the dog. So his argument is that it's the reader's fault because they're not being careful enough and breeding dogs with health problems. Yeah, that's it. But there's evidence that suggests that's not the case. Bulldogs, like a lot of purebred dogs are pretty inbred. They descended from a small group of dogs originally. An under purebred dog rules, bulldogs have what's called a closed stud book. It's a totally closed off group, so if you want a purebred bulldog, it can only come from other purebred bulldogs. So no other breeds can be mixed in. Yet no other dogs being mixed in means no new genetic material comes in either. So how inbred are they? So on average, purebred dogs are as closely related as two sibling dogs that have an offspring together. Their genomes are that similar. Wow. And bulldogs are even more inbred than that. A study from the University of California Davis found there's probably not enough genetic diversity within bulldogs right now to breed out the health problems. Even if all breeders are trying. And that would imply it's not just bad breeders. Yeah. And that's what Danica banish veterinary geneticist at UC Davis told me. Yeah, I don't think it's the breeders themselves. They're not necessarily trying to breed unhealthy dogs. It's the breed themselves that are unhealthy and there isn't much that they can do about it within the context of the purebred breed. What would it take to get some new genetic material into the bridge? Yeah, in a few cases, purebred dog breeders have done something called outcrossing, so dalmatians are an example. They're really prone to bladder stones. And many years ago, a breeder bred a dalmatian with a pointer to get some new genetics in there. And then they kept reading the puppies with dalmatians after that. So they still looked like dalmatians. But it was pretty controversial. It took decades for them to be accepted as purebred dalmatians. And that was for something that was just kind of one genetic problem, not a whole suite of health problems they were trying to fix. Lauren, it's a troubling idea that our aesthetic opinions of what these dogs should look like and really in many ways are commitment to our dog being a part of this exclusive purebred club. All that means that these dogs have to suffer from all sorts of potentially painful health issues. So is there more pushback around this is the science advances? Yeah, that's what I think is really interesting here. Because there's so much genetic information available right now that could help the dogs be healthier. And it seems like the question is, how should dog breeders use that? And does the purebred dog system allow enough flexibility? Yeah, I think that's what people are asking right now. Because a lot of people pick dogs because of how they look, right? You know, not everyone thinks about their health problems or if you're getting a purebred dog whether that breeder is using genetic tests or other tests to make sure these animals are healthy. It's the huge advances in genetic sequencing and technology over the last few decades that are really ushering in this conversation. And it's really raising questions about whether things should be done.
"bulldogs" Discussed on Short Wave
"You're listening to shortwave. From NPR. Bulldogs have a look. You know, those wrinkles, those jowls that underbite. I just think smooshy face. Is smooshy even a word empire science correspondent Lauren summer? I think so. All right then, a smooshy face that some people love. But in January, something happened that got the attention of bulldog owners everywhere. The braising of British bulldogs has been banned apparently by the Oslo district court in Norway. Yeah, bulldogs. A judge in Norway banned the breeding of bulldogs there. Banned it. Why? Well, because that's smooshy face can come with some issues, like this is what just a few minutes of running does to some bulldogs..
Top-seeded Gonzaga rallies in 2nd half to beat Memphis 82-78
"Gonzaga made it seven consecutive trips to the Sweet Sixteen but it wasn't easy the west top seed Bulldogs overcame a twelve point second half deficit to defeat number nine Memphis seventy two sixty eight Gonzaga forward drew Timmy was game high with twenty five when his team was down by ten at the break he had a special message for his mates no matter what happens no matter what the score is win or lose this could be very well be the last twenty minutes about so you don't reply and go out with no regrets the zags next face Arkansas in the east fourth seed UCLA is returning to the Sweet Sixteen thirteen no first half run gave the ruins the lead for good and a seventy two fifty six victory over number five St Mary's next up for the Bruins red hot North Carolina I'm Bruce Morton
UCLA avoids upset with late surge, holds off Akron 57-53
"West top seed Gonzaga took its time then stepped on number sixteen Georgia state ninety three seventy two the Panthers were within sixty to fifty eight with ten thirty eight to go then the Bulldogs went to work and scored the next twenty one points coach mark few extremely proud of our guys specially how we respond in the second half we kind of flipped the script on the rebounding aspect of the game and then also got back to finish in the way we usually finish on Saturday Gonzaga will face ninth seeded Memphis which defeated number eight Boise St sixty four fifty three in the east bracket fifth seed St merry's pummeled number twelve Indiana eighty two fifty three the Gaels will face fourth seed UCLA which held on to defeat thirteen seed Akron fifty seven fifty three numbers Martin
No. 11 Villanova cruises by Butler in regular-season finale
"Number eleven Villanova heads into the Big East Tournament with seven wins in its last eight games the latest US seventy eight fifty nine victory at Butler the Wildcats second lopsided win over the Bulldogs this year Villanova held Butler to thirty six percent shooting and got sixteen points from guard Justin Moore we came in here when it's a pride in the face of B. itself would be a physical in a rebound in in a tough and testament of paint and we knew it's gonna be tough come in this environment and I'm trying to get stops we we stayed together we stayed focus I got it done the Wildcats now twenty three oh seven went up by as many as twenty eight points of the second half the Bulldogs were led by Chuck Harris with nineteen points Tom McCabe Indianapolis
No. 5 Auburn holds off Mississippi State 81-68 in overtime
"Fifth ranked Auburn needed overtime to end its three game road losing streak Katie Johnson scored twelve of his fourteen points in overtime as the Tigers down Mississippi state eighty one sixty eight Johnson scored the first ten points of T. helping Auburn clinched at least a tie for the SEC regular season title Jamari Smith had twenty seven points including the tying three pointer in the final minute of regulation which are like a big family gathers and known as a long game left and and we did that we buckle down on defense we we made some good rebounds get fifty fifty balls and we did that and everything else the carousel the tag is led by as many as nineteen in the first half and care to twelve point edge into the locker room to loose Smith had twenty two points and twelve rebounds for the Bulldogs and the ferry
No. 1 Gonzaga falls at Saint Mary's on tough day for Top 10
"Tommy Kruise he had fourteen points and six rebounds as number twenty three St Mary's beat top ranked in Zack at sixty seven fifty seven the Gaels ended the zags seventeen game winning streak beating a number one team for the first time since knocking off the Bulldogs in the twenty nineteen west coast tournament title game Mathias tass added thirteen points for the twenty four and six gales and made a pivotal block with one fifteen remaining helping St Mary's kill often Zack is shattered another perfect regular season in conference play first year Bolton scored sixteen points for the zags but true to me had just six on two of ten shooting I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 8 Providence rallies from 19 down, beats Butler in OT
"Eighth ranked private storm back from nineteen points down to beat Butler seventy one seventy in overtime Jared Bynum hit two free throws with thirty eight seconds left in O. T. helping the friars stay atop the big east at twelve and two day Watson finished with twenty two point two now or Twitter added fifteen with eleven rebounds orchard extended the game by hitting a bucket with twenty three point four seconds left in regulation Providence won despite missing twenty of its first twenty four shots and trailing forty three twenty four early in the second half Chuck Harris had seventeen points for the Bulldogs losers of three in a row I'm the ferry
Green's late layup sends No. 1 Auburn past Georgia 74-72
"Top top top top ranked ranked ranked ranked Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn barely barely barely barely extended extended extended extended its its its its winning winning winning winning streak streak streak streak to to to to nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen games games games games needing needing needing needing a a a a late late late late bucket bucket bucket bucket to to to to beat beat beat beat Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia seventy seventy seventy seventy four four four four seventy seventy seventy seventy two two two two Wendell Wendell Wendell Wendell green green green green junior junior junior junior made made made made a a a a tiebreaking tiebreaking tiebreaking tiebreaking layup layup layup layup with with with with four four four four seconds seconds seconds seconds remaining remaining remaining remaining stretching stretching stretching stretching the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's longest longest longest longest winning winning winning winning streak streak streak streak Katie Katie Katie Katie Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson had had had had a a a a team team team team high high high high twenty twenty twenty twenty points points points points against against against against his his his his former former former former team team team team including including including including a a a a tying tying tying tying layup layup layup layup after after after after Aaron Aaron Aaron Aaron cook cook cook cook gave gave gave gave the the the the Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs a a a a seventy seventy seventy seventy to to to to seventy seventy seventy seventy lead lead lead lead so so so so okay okay okay okay you you you you know know know know I I I I I I I I wondered wondered wondered wondered seem seem seem seem to to to to play play play play a a a a lot lot lot lot better better better better but but but but you you you you know know know know we we we we came came came came in in in in I I I I got got got got a a a a W. W. W. W. and and and and up up up up and and and and up up up up and and and and it's it's it's it's a a a a joy joy joy joy to to to to stadium stadium stadium stadium so so so so I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm feeling feeling feeling feeling okay okay okay okay about about about about it it it it green green green green finished finished finished finished with with with with nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen points points points points for for for for the the the the Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers who who who who were were were were outscored outscored outscored outscored by by by by ten ten ten ten in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half Gurriel Gurriel Gurriel Gurriel Oquendo Oquendo Oquendo Oquendo had had had had twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five points points points points for for for for Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia six six six six coming coming coming coming in in in in at at at at eleven eleven eleven eleven run run run run early early early early in in in in the the the the second second second second half half half half I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave very very very very
No. 14 Villanova hits 12 3s in 82-42 romp over Butler
"Calling calling the the last last be be drained drained five five three three pointers pointers while while scoring scoring seventeen seventeen points points as as the the fourteenth fourteenth ranked ranked Wildcats Wildcats clobbered clobbered Butler Butler eighty eighty two two forty forty two two Justin Justin Moore Moore delivered delivered fifteen fifteen points points while while Eric Eric Dixon Dixon Jermaine Jermaine Samuels Samuels each each scored scored fourteen fourteen points points and and Villanova Villanova six six straight straight win win the the Wildcats Wildcats shot shot seventy seventy one one percent percent in in the the first first half half then then opened opened the the second second Levin Levin run run Villanova Villanova is is thirteen thirteen and and four four overall overall six six and and one one in in the the big big east east Chuck Chuck Harris Harris led led the the Bulldogs Bulldogs with with fifteen fifteen points points I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Georgia Bulldogs Defeat Alabama Crimson Tide to Win National Championship
"Morning. Bravo, Georgia dog. Crushing Alabama 33 to 18 in the national championship hats off to you folks. Up and down the peach state, we are going to hold a moment of silence though for our vice president of Salem media, Tom Travis. Can we just pause for three seconds? One, two, three. Tom will be out for a couple of weeks. She's already saying word. Not a week goes by they don't get tired propaganda from Tom. So he's being Tom tried to tied. I think tide is his middle name. He's a wonderful man, but we're just feeling bad from this morning. Not really. We're very happy. You Alabama fans understand this means you'll draft just behind the browns and the NFL Draft in April. So don't feel bad about that. They have their number.
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree the the long long wait wait for for the the Georgia Georgia Bulldogs Bulldogs is is over over Georgia Georgia took took its its first first college college football football national national championship championship since since nineteen nineteen eighty eighty topping topping SEC SEC rival rival Alabama Alabama thirty thirty three three eighteen eighteen in in Indianapolis Indianapolis former former walk walk on on quarterback quarterback Stetson Stetson Bennett Bennett passed passed for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty four four yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns for for the the Bulldogs Bulldogs Heisman Heisman winner winner Bryce Bryce young young passed passed for for three three hundred hundred sixty sixty nine nine yards yards for for Alabama Alabama but but was was intercepted intercepted twice twice including including a a seventy seventy nine nine yard yard pick pick six six by by Georges Georges Keely Keely Ringo Ringo with with under under a a minute minute to to play play Georgia Georgia ends ends the the season season fourteen fourteen and and one one Alabama Alabama thirteen thirteen into into three three NFL NFL coaches coaches were were fired fired Monday Monday surprising surprising many many was was the the release release of of Brian Brian floor floor as as in in Miami Miami just just hours hours after after the the dolphins dolphins finished finished the the season season with with eight eight wins wins in in their their final final nine nine games games Chicago Chicago parted parted ways ways with with Matt Matt Nagy Nagy and and Minnesota Minnesota fired fired coach coach Mike Mike Zimmer Zimmer in in the the NBA NBA Portland Portland knocked knocked off off Brooklyn Brooklyn one one fourteen fourteen one one awaited awaited nets nets guard guard Tyree Tyree Irving's Irving's first first game game of of the the season season he he scored scored twenty twenty two two points points in in the the loss loss and and on on the the ice ice the the Bruins Bruins got got two two goals goals from from Brad Brad Marchand Marchand and and David David Pasternak Pasternak each each beating beating the the Washington Washington Capitals Capitals seven seven to to three three I'm I'm Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree AP AP sports sports
Georgia snaps 41-year title drought with 33-18 win over Bama
"The the Georgia Georgia Bulldogs Bulldogs finish finish strong strong scored scored three three unanswered unanswered touchdowns touchdowns in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter to to rally rally for for thirty thirty three three eighteen eighteen win win over over Alabama Alabama Georgia Georgia captured captured its its first first national national championship championship since since nineteen nineteen eighty eighty Bulldogs Bulldogs coach coach Kirby Kirby smart smart says says the the players players have have put put themselves themselves in in Georgia Georgia football football lore lore our our guys guys have have accomplished accomplished that that something something special special and and they they yes yes they they say say they they become become legendary legendary and and I I want want that that for for them them touchdowns touchdowns were were hard hard to to come come by by it it was was a a game game mostly mostly filled filled with with fuel fuel goals goals until until the the second second half half trailing trailing eighteen eighteen thirteen thirteen bulldog bulldog quarterback quarterback steps steps abetted abetted connected connected with with Adani Adani Mitchell Mitchell on on a a forty forty yard yard touchdown touchdown strike strike putting putting Georgia Georgia in in the the lead lead at at the the eight eight fifty fifty eight eight mark mark they they added added two two more more touchdowns touchdowns another another better better time time stop stop pass pass ended ended interception interception return return to to seal seal it it checkfree checkfree bed bed Indianapolis Indianapolis
Angry Dawgs: No. 3 Georgia beats No. 2 Michigan 34-11 in CFP
"Georgia Georgia made made it it an an all all SEC SEC college college football football playoff playoff championship championship game game by by dominating dominating Michigan Michigan thirty thirty four four eleven eleven in in the the Orange Orange Bowl Bowl the the Bulldogs Bulldogs scored scored in in the the first first five five possessions possessions including including touchdowns touchdowns in in the the first first two two drives drives to to pave pave the the way way for for the the second second trip trip to to the the CFP CFP title title game game in in five five seasons seasons for for Georgia Georgia coach coach Kirby Kirby smart smart Stetson Stetson Bennett Bennett threw threw for for three three hundred hundred ten ten yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns to to lead lead the the Bulldogs Bulldogs attack attack against against Michigan's Michigan's usually usually stellar stellar defense defense Georgia Georgia will will play play Alabama Alabama for for the the CFP CFP championship championship on on January January tenth tenth I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam
Larry O'Connor: Michigan Will Be Dominating Georgia in the Orange Bowl
"You should know that about me You should know that I'm originally from Michigan and therefore I am just the countdown has begun 24 hours from now we will be one hour into the orange bowl where Michigan will be dominating the Georgia bulldogs and very excited about that Honestly a dream come true to see Michigan beat Ohio State the way they did it When the Big Ten and now make their way for the first time into the national championship round of four This for a team that wasn't even ranked at the beginning of the year We thought this was Harbaugh's last year and now we want coach of the year I mean this is a phenomenon It's easy to know that about me that there's a whole lot of Wolverine stuff going on right now in my life go
No. 2 Duke shakes off rust, routs South Carolina State
"AJ AJ Griffin Griffin scored scored nineteen nineteen points points as as second second ranked ranked do do cameras cameras have have Carolina Carolina state state one one oh oh three three sixty sixty two two Griffin Griffin was was seven seven of of eight eight from from the the field field and and had had four four rebounds rebounds with with four four assists assists in in twenty twenty one one minutes minutes off off the the bench bench because because one one of of the the federation federation coaches coaches and and everyone everyone does does not not contain contain a a person person like like a a sailor sailor assigned assigned to to work work in in a a new new series series it it was was one one of of six six blue blue devils devils to to score score in in double double figures figures Trevor Trevor keels keels had had fourteen fourteen points points Joey Joey Baker Baker scored scored thirteen thirteen Apollo Apollo bank bank kero kero had had twelve twelve points points seven seven rebounds rebounds and and six six assists assists you you can can bark bark on on a a twenty twenty nine nine eight eight run run early early in in the the game game and and led led by by thirty thirty three three at at halftime halftime Edward Edward Oliver Oliver Hampton Hampton had had thirteen thirteen points points four four rebounds rebounds and and three three steals steals to to lead lead the the Bulldogs Bulldogs I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"bulldogs" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"I don't know that was the best song to play. We just got done talking about andrew cuomo resigning but nonetheless. We'll get more into that in a in a little bit. But first we're shifting gears the something positive something This is my favorite time of the year has been for quite some time. Thirteen days thirteen teams presented by protozoan countertop specialists rolls on as day number two here. We've got the dogs. The university bulldogs presented by kana jolo. that will be Tonight from five to six. Clark johnson live from the field. Let's bring in our syrupy four by four. Vip guests brandon ewing out the office coordinator for the university. Boba is brandon. How are you this morning. Good tara thank you for having me on. I'm pre- i appreciate. I'm excited talks university football. I love you guys doing these. Thirteen days thirteen teams so glad to be a part of his talks here in the morning. Yeah let's let's get it roll man. I'm sure you guys will be talking more out there this evening. Clerk johnson's out there broadcasting but look last year was a crazy year There's no doubt about it but we were able to play some football last year. And what did you take away from from the cova. Covert year of twenty twenty. It was definitely weird and it was We kind of had to split our teams up into two so we had our varsity and then we had a jv team. That was kind of separate so awesome. Varsity coaches weren't really able to coach any of those younger guys. So that's been different this year. So that's been super nice to get those guys caught up to speed and help them out a little bit and it was just nice to play football last year..
"bulldogs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
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"bulldogs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
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"bulldogs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"We did a couple of theatrical actual told the country independent cinemas pilots. And i put out south of so the three west site and that was that we still is difficult position right now because a lot of music at my producer headquarters were cable towards the end. Like it's illegal suss it out and those Negotiating wells music lights but amusing wise only covers the act for the day. So now we want to do with it if we want to get into kind of streaming platforms on to play. I think we've got to raise Thousand pounds just to pay for music. We're hoping that someone nice years old. Maybe a coupla kinda go this whippings money. It's the matla medical to the site. The people who know a music fans them but didn't make a content semantic to begin with. Yes oh straight back to the video show which was closed down because visuals closed down. That's what happens and then have was actually really interesting. I've got a friend. He works video show works. Our video. Are mason eagle. James jane sour. Oh i know james. Yeah yeah and i worked together on the over the edge release that they just said that was his though. He's been trying to get that though conway. So james james look providian show. He was visiting his girlfriend. Who is studying said. We have this big job out of the end of it. He said. I wish i could work place of this. I said look at humid talks about jokes. So he makes two to us together. James's thus married station is thursday. He sent me an email one day and he said you're not going to believe this. Your dream job has come up. I was like okay and it lit. The job description was to go with the by a british As in-house documentary from bangka and it was like the job. Is you make you make those out. And it was like you come up with the ideas you juice. So i couldn't believe it so i applied for the army job for the second insufficient. Choose your job. I've ever gone does no one else Experience they can break. It's up in which pretty much had to had to upgrade the camera. Operate sound edit produce conduct interviews big complete baptist most of design it completely prepared for an advocacy if i had done the premia of zone when i went into the of people over team said oh i edited you. Qna onstage a couple of months so it just felt like it's on setup so them on i worked for twenty three to twenty seventeen full-time employment of the keep i heavenly here was just to look at special because you're surrounded by people who are just fill is running things and everyone's that because they love it just it was just entering. Is shangri nahra early and that was my job. My job every day was together for years. Like what's need my heroes do teams with everyone. Romero agenda Everyone and what was the that i was creating the offense. Go along with the with the programs that they were running says a sifi pergram academy You take for that but he. He observed jeff waiting for the world's as was it was the best. It was such a wonderful time and then being become bureaucratic institutions as they. Now my whole team decided that they would make videos. because why would they. I fi- communicate moving but by then Yesterday insensitive baked. That's kind of my spat time anyway. That was pretty much finished vo over the euro. Kasese take the kinds of may the end of that the people i did love freelance work. The next couple of years which tied at me over wounding l. stream and and yet by the time us done i was pretty much. Okay going fulltime. Did the street project come about for you. It was before he made like. I was teaching in this profit. Filled workshop As screenwriting as once you kind of older guy who was funny and fun at the end of one of the classes he doubles does alginates styles..
"bulldogs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And actually smoking room. Told me i i got site. Some people saying this is the way you make it. Is you work out. The odds. Is your people to ten and you ask the questions to get answers. Won't and i best though interesting. I like to regenerate the film presents over the end of the film is like a post concert for jenny. But i've been on cheese. That's how i got access to the big people buy go-to radiohead who must have lasted series. They they were saying we waiting to get in touch. you know. we've found to us talk about friends at immense Looks the best radiohead. Because the band's the cover bands who'd info help help give them a leg up so the child's then so to pay that back in the film which is what they do was huge and there was a moment. But as king ed my head where he he said 's lifts this the slug. He said. Look we would dig the right music of the right sign. Ivana came along and changed everything and they were doing these things with quite as courses amass with a record company for hassle. And that's how we go and radiohead says our very well because it's going up by the record label. Discreet go huge in vissel israel. ben america. Did they ended up having a career. So when i go back on camera. I was like this is the the key. Line to the whole film white marries radiohead saying we got lucky. It was a lovely experience. It was it was. It was the best way into a career because like i say also exactly i want to make. It showed me that although by methods accountable for dogs they would for me. They tend to the fields. I think so. Now you're a big shot documentary filmmaker. You've got movie companies just throwing money at you. Backup the dump truck and just poured onto the front lawn. I mean that's how documentary film-makers live correct credible. The money goes is. It's not a benefit. Pretty yeah no. It's not easy. It's really hard living and quite honestly you know. I'm forty five his old Which was paid for property. I was paid for upfront purple belts and that was really good investment. We found we. Those investment company. Has you know last who basically had faith us professional. Because he is it was i. I met going into a project. I didn't have any money at it. Wasn't a risk for me personally. The last the last time we made before this house. United center sates. We know what we've got result about money those. Are we gonna chris because we have klaus complete your line by finding ourselves. It's really difficult and even now get this had measure success electing device but now straight away it came in this country last week. And we're spending time now trying to capitalize on that and trying to raise something while we're still in the papers. Were still best still a bit of us. It's really difficult. But that's some is the way. I used to teach nonprofit silver jump in the first thing. I'm tried to do this of our of the notion that filmmaking is in any way glamorous but it's very difficult for my graduate school class and those people who still actually working industry. We're all still we're Is basically struggling people especially Camera braces edison. Who has maybe been security. The sunni who tried to try to be a director or producer. Waza is still that house. After you make anyone can play guitar. Are you still working at the video store and burning that or are you able to then say okay. This is going to be what i do. Full-time go out there already reputation. Go with us anywhere because nobody knew who the hell it was like. I made it by myself said and it was always like we tried to sell the so. You couldn't commensurate radiohead. I'm really fell. That was kind of response. I so freeze. That wants to be honest. I i just went..
"bulldogs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Making was when i saw grownup men playing with joy of playing with idioms. I didn't understand what i saw in the linen shop. I years to zab. Why the whigs limited joke white huma big sector jobs up because five years old. I had decided that was going gonna make i was kind of on that five by parents will reach goals really supposedly. My dad look older. My dad's subtly guided towards this because he's huge sydney as he loves films and his his whole retirement now is it goes to london twice a week to bay fi- to swatch movie so he loves this. I think that guided towards it. He sat me. Suppose been kind of guided me. I washed when the whole. He has really great taste. I grew up as a kid saying gonna repeal director nine a so what events but i did you know. He gave me super secret cameras. And i pay those on a small video. Cameras had loads of money. But you know these were around. I went to school by the time account some school. I thought i was going to be screaming. So that was that was really what i wanted to icon. Joe very quickly very quickly. The euro for graduates in i was in canada on the tv Max i remember lacks yes. Yeah people have seen it. Remember kind of a sci fi comedy soco very straight with lots of great ideas as well and it was a really interesting shorts cover on so i was on the season vows. Pob the right team. And i wrote to stab dylan results as well which is great cannot Industry but at the same time the industry that was literally nine eleven happened right after that had come back from canada with stock to satellite. Tv companies. look. Like i was gonna gun some jeez screenwriting shut down here. Nine eleven by vide- british moot reality. Tv in a really big way. I mean changed completely and certainly it wasn't a place for new isozaki gun rights. Is that points and he did. I'd i'd be fulham. And i decided with my legs leading. The video just always wanted to have a video shop. Anna videsh landover shops. I kind of gave up on the industry most might temper is. We will suited for the industry. It's it's it's very difficult away things. That commission did tv ambien. So these days does middle management as a lot of big executive level and i struggle with development. You know used to be a certain you missed it. Used to be but you could always look off the you have been interesting idea they trust. You didn't do a good job. You can get a second chance. But now i mean this is going back twenty as that but but it's i would never well kind of working with other people who not such so i gave up. I just i just ran video. Shows for which was the most dreamlike existed varies. His video shops spending old stuff. World could huge fell gigs. the customers Huge from it was everything it might be in everything. The reason why people generation wanted to work video shows zoll trick. You got to watch the whole time for free. You got to talk about zoltan. You got to see. So many films would've seen otherwise. And that's why did so as i. I mean that's eight years pretty much. Od running bishops. I didn't have kind of ambition with any will be making films. Make music videos geico basis would actually comes up sometimes so i. It's not tightening. Colbert were caravaggio was as the plant. And then i'd had this idea to the msci about music which is a really interesting. And his way radiohead Sweat sucrets ride. Foles drive to gosh older. He's really not message but influential. Dad's fancy creates. His jones are they will come from the scene at it was a genuine is not like of places where people tova music scenes. That's kind of a few bands for a couple of years. The also music things have been going for. He is that point. Count of manufacturing bands with integrity so those studying documentary balancing sets and then they suddenly announced a close the biggest venue. It also allows the guys who went into where bands and stuff and it was a huge thing day. They announced that they may not going to be close down. But his co. prevent anna so that was huge because that happens.
"bulldogs" Discussed on This is Today
"The bulldogs or the bulls or the people that were watching it and got hit by a flying bulldog not cool. It was so not cool that they banned it in eighteen. Thirty five however bulldogs because they were specially bred for these violent encounters with bowls. They really sorta decided well. Let's not read them anymore. So they tend to change things around and they bred bulldogs to be kinder and gentler in their demeanor. And well the thing is reading. Bulldogs can be a difficult thing. Why well because of their awkward. Let's say biology have a difficult time. Would say reaching the females. Does that work. I'm trying to keep the off my podcast. Keep it child friendly here but yeah They things wouldn't match up there so most of the time they would Artificially inseminate The females And this also might explain the sad look on many of the bulldogs faces. Yeah It is our the national breed of england and i mean come on who their schools everywhere that are named after the bulldog a national kindergarten day. Yeah that's a big one. We all loved kindergarten right. At least i did actually. I didn't i really didn't like my teacher in kindergarten But i i won't mention her name But yes Kindergarten was actually invented by this guy. Frederick william august I'm gonna go ahead and tell you he was german. You'd probably tell by the by the name there Yeah he started the very first kindergarten in germany in eighteen thirty seven and then he trained people to open kindergartens throughout europe and the world the first kindergarten here in the united states was founded in watertown kansin in eighteen fifty six. There's been a lot of changes to kindergarten. It's not gonna look like the kindergarten you i went to. It's a lot different The teachers are better. No i'm just messing with you. I i just didn't like my teacher kindergarten but Yeah it's more academic focused than play focused and it's longer now than it used to be in some places it's all day not just the half day the we used to get and it's more like first grade at this point is what they're saying and i guess there's less eating paste. That sucks and probably less. Naptime also sucks. There's also i'm gonna guess less smell of a freshly printed ditto machine love. That smell takes me back all right when we get back. We're gonna talk about our events for today. We'll be right back okay. So we have moved over to a cast. What does that mean for you. Do you need to do anything. No not not really i mean i need to learn how to use it but you can just continue listening as you always have but you can also now get us on your alexa flash briefings and you can hear this today just like streamed right to your smart device. You can also check us out on youtube. Every single episode going forward will also be on youtube. Listen to us on every platform every day. Because that's what you do want you to actually see you just need some words and a little inch We've new little cover art images all that cool stuff coming over on a cast so Yes subscribe herb. you can. i'll. I'll just repeat that message not as excited though this time. About saying it okay. Well we've got some events today way back in seven five three. B c seven hundred and fifty three bc. Long time ago Rome was founded by romulus Okay so they're calling this the traditional date. Yeah and you know whatever we're going to go with it And i'm not going to tell you about the coliseum. I'm not gonna tell you about the things that you already know about about rome. Because i like to tell you about the rare fax and in this case i like to tell you about the gross facts. Yeah we're gonna gross out with this one. If you're eating you might wanna stop just for a minute or two here and you can resume in a second but first. Let's tell you while you're not eating about the romance and what they would. Do you know they had plumbing right now. I mean that was like a thing. And they also had urinals men could go and p they would collect the urine and you're in contains ammonia and because ammonia is a powerful bleaching agent. They would gather that urine. Take it to the laundry. And that is what they would use to clean their clothes. They don't talk about the smell but it did. I guess somehow white in the clothes maybe yellow them. I don't know i it would clean their clothes. They didn't talk about the smell in the article that i read but That's what they did. And you know. I told you the stabbing because yes we can get even more gross in this story. Yeah well okay so the urine would decompose and the more that it would decompose. The more ammonia would be present so they also wanted to keep afresh mouth so they would use it as mouthwash yeah. You didn't see that in any gladiator movies Okay well guess. What the rome's scott even more disgusting than that. They would actually also collect human feces alone with the urine and that is used in gardening. Okay we're done now. You can resume eating if you can. Let's let's move to more modern times. Shall we yeah. Nineteen eighty-four after thirty seven weeks thriller was knocked off the top album slot by footloose. Yeah footloose a you. Gotta love that. If soundtrack right soundtrack on another soundtrack actually holds the record for most weeks at number one and that is west side story with fifty four weeks. in case. you're wondering what is you know. Is there have been a recent one will. Yeah adele her album. Twenty-one actually spent twenty four weeks along with She's tied with purple rain and saturday night. Fever soundtrack also. There's been three albums that if it thirty one weeks. That is rumors from fleetwood. Back south pacific soundtrack and calypso from harry. Belafonte aren't on this day. In nineteen eighty nine george w bush and edward w rose became. Ceo of the texas rangers. Yeah he basically only put in about five hundred thousand dollars in this deal but he was made the managing partner of the texas rangers ownership group and while he was in charge they would move to a new ballpark. He left in one thousand nine hundred ninety four when he became governor of texas. He sold his stake in nineteen ninety. Eight and of course you know became president in two thousand all right and you know what there's more and more quick story here just to tell you about reese. Witherspoon was arrested for disorderly conduct on this day in atlanta in twenty thirteen on her husband was being arrested for. Dui reese got out of the car and did the whole thing. And you're about to find out who i am. Do you know my name that whole mess. I wonder if she had elwood's representing her. Because i don't really heard much about that lately. Anyway our podcast today. We gotta do some quick birthdays. Robert smith sixty two. Tony romo forty one and john muir was born on this day in eighteen. Thirty eight also. Tony danza is seventy and andie. Macdowell is sixty three. That is your look at april twenty. First thanks for listening to this today. I hope you enjoy learning about today. I'm russ and i'll talk to you tomorrow..
"bulldogs" Discussed on This is Today
"Unique. It's wednesday april twenty first twenty twenty. One i'm russ and here's what you need to know about. Today national bulldogs are beautiful day. Yeah it's here They're beautiful legally have to say that today Yeah so bulldogs. Were actually raised to fight bowls way way back when in the uk They have this thing called bull baiting. It was a blood sport. Where essentially bulldogs would attack a bowl. They'd get flung around sometimes land on people and All kinds of crazy stuff would happen This was obviously not good for the bulldogs or the bulls or the people that were watching it and got hit by a flying bulldog not cool. It was so not cool that they banned it in eighteen. Thirty five however bulldogs because they were specially bred for these violent encounters with bowls. They really sorta decided well. Let's not read them anymore. So they tend to change things around and they bred bulldogs to be kinder and gentler in their demeanor. And well the thing is reading. Bulldogs can be a difficult thing. Why well because of their awkward. Let's say biology have a difficult time. Would say reaching the females. Does that work. I'm trying to keep the off my podcast. Keep it child friendly here but yeah They things wouldn't match up there so most of the time they would Artificially inseminate The females And this also might explain the sad look on many of the bulldogs faces. Yeah It is our the national breed of england and i mean come on who their schools everywhere that are named after the bulldog a national kindergarten day. Yeah that's a big one. We all loved kindergarten right. At least i did actually. I didn't i really didn't like my teacher in kindergarten But i i won't mention her name But yes Kindergarten was actually invented by this guy. Frederick william august I'm gonna go ahead and tell you he was german. You'd probably tell by the by the name there Yeah he started the very first kindergarten in germany in eighteen thirty seven and then he trained people to open kindergartens throughout europe and the world the first kindergarten here in the united states was founded in watertown kansin in eighteen fifty six. There's been a lot of changes to kindergarten. It's not gonna look like the kindergarten you i went to. It's a lot different The teachers are better. No i'm just messing with you. I i just didn't like my teacher kindergarten but Yeah it's more academic focused than play focused and it's longer now than it used to be in some places it's all day not just the half day the we used to get and it's more like first grade at this point is what they're saying and i guess there's less eating paste. That sucks and probably less. Naptime also sucks. There's also i'm gonna guess less smell of a freshly printed ditto machine love. That smell takes me back all right when we get back. We're gonna talk about our events for today. We'll be right back okay. So we have moved over to a cast. What does that mean for you. Do you need to do anything. No not not really i mean i need to learn how to use it but you can just continue listening as you always have but you can also now get us on your alexa flash briefings and you can hear this today just like streamed right to your smart device. You can also check us out on youtube. Every single episode going forward will also be on youtube. Listen to us on every platform every day. Because that's what you do want you to actually see you just need some words and a little inch We've new little cover art images all that cool stuff coming over on a cast so Yes subscribe herb. you can. i'll. I'll just repeat that message not as excited though this time. About saying it okay. Well we've got some events today way back in seven five three. B c seven hundred and fifty three bc. Long time ago Rome was founded by romulus Okay so they're calling this the traditional date. Yeah and you know whatever we're going to go with it And i'm not going to tell you about the coliseum. I'm not gonna tell you about the things that you already know about about rome. Because i like to tell you about the rare fax and in this case i like to tell you about the gross facts. Yeah we're gonna gross out with this one. If you're eating you might wanna stop just for a minute or two here and you can resume in a second but first. Let's tell you while you're not eating about the romance and what they would. Do you know they had plumbing right now. I mean that was like a thing. And they also had urinals men could go and p they would collect the urine and you're in contains ammonia and because ammonia is a powerful bleaching agent. They would gather that urine. Take it to the laundry. And that is what they would use to clean their clothes. They don't talk about the smell but it did. I guess somehow white in the clothes maybe yellow them. I don't know i it would clean their clothes. They didn't talk about the smell in the article that i read but That's what they did. And you know. I told you the stabbing because yes we can get even more gross in this story. Yeah well okay so the urine would decompose and the more that it would decompose. The more ammonia would be present so they also wanted to keep afresh mouth so they would use it as mouthwash yeah. You didn't see that in any gladiator movies Okay well guess. What the rome's scott even more disgusting than that. They would actually also collect human feces alone with the urine and that is used in gardening. Okay we're done now. You can resume eating if you can. Let's let's move to more modern times. Shall we yeah. Nineteen eighty-four after thirty seven weeks thriller was knocked off the top album slot by footloose. Yeah footloose a you. Gotta love that. If soundtrack right soundtrack on another soundtrack actually holds the record for most weeks at number one and that is west side story with fifty four weeks. in case. you're wondering what is you know. Is there have been a recent one will. Yeah adele her album. Twenty-one actually spent twenty four weeks along with She's tied with purple rain and saturday night. Fever soundtrack also. There's been three albums that if it thirty one weeks. That is rumors from fleetwood. Back south pacific soundtrack and calypso from harry. Belafonte aren't on this day. In nineteen eighty nine george w bush and edward w rose became. Ceo of the texas rangers. Yeah he basically only put in about five hundred thousand dollars in this deal but he was made the managing partner of the texas rangers ownership group.
"bulldogs" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast
"I'm realistically we would. Ideally we would have both so when we play into state clubs planet at the kennel. An but obviously you'd want the big games to be you know if we planning an essendon nora or richmond planet glance so everyone. Everyone's really anti stadium. But i think that's just the arrogance of your phone and calling would and with all due respect demons fans going. Well this is where the the grand finals but you know you can say the game better dot glance like he's a great guy. It's a great is especially in winter when it's three degrees at solid in your in inside but just einstein at the anes ball and the gauls. Because you gotta get frost bought from the from the wind. That comes in the last question. I'll have an oil vein. Asked if you could take any player from any other team and drop them into the western bulldogs grew. Who would it be although you. Although there's some gripe plan. I mean just reading your i. Keep thinking of pal. Pepe from port adelaide. Who such a my supply but we need another midfield is eddie betts. Who doesn't want any bits planned for. This is only came in. And i know he's like fifty but still just i would. I love what should be so much fun and killed me. What should cheering someone in a crow's joan off the only one that can think of before we wrap this up ease. Taibbi grain oregon. Be the inau it'd be awesome the bulldogs giampa.
"bulldogs" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"See what ceus you does and other thrown in this Fox position I. I'm very intrigued by that see how they use it. But on the other side Fresno State, they had this four to five defense and a Husky position. I just I just like the nicknames I, don't really care if it's just the exact same I just liked the fact that you name them something different and it seems unique. Well and I guess a Husky is a dog. So with the bulldogs a little bit distant relative. But if they have to play Washington or next year, they play UCONN they may want to change that position name but coordinator that Defense William in is really charismatic guy. You know coach Khalil Mack and below, and it's got some great stories of that and he's been at a lot of different places at college football. So you know he's experienced he's connected, but he's working with a team that may or may not be suited for that allied with and I, think that's what he has to discover You know they have. Had A few injuries that are a factor but I think tonight's Big Test can the personnel they use the other night in that same alignment be successful against physical running team. If not, do they have some changeups, can they change their front? Can they go to an odd front? Maybe an extra guy on the line? What are some of the things they? Can Do to try to counteracted team that wants to overpower Hawaii did that second half and That's probably the biggest thing I'm watching for tonight in addition to how the quarterback players and I think. That's what's so interesting about the short season and how much can you really take from last week's game is that is that what this team is going? To be because even if it was a regular season Paul we'd say, Oh, well, that was the first game. They're going to try to iron some of those things out but you said it Fresno state didn't practice a whole heck of a lot in fact, correct me if I'm wrong I don't think the bullocks practice until the schedules were were released is correct. That is correct and that's you know the coaches are very careful to say, hey, that's not an excuse me. We don't want anyone talking about that. We don't want to think about it, but it is the reality and you know from that standpoint, they are at a disadvantage compared to the rest of the mountain west. That's just the way it is and I think the the spin on that is Fresno state's greatest teams in the greatest moments in Fresno state history in any sport underdog stories. This is an area that you know has people in the bay. Area and La, Fresno, you know and the the thought is those people take their better than the folks here in the valley. So there's always that dog mentality that chip on the shoulder and that's when the bulldogs are at their greatest. So if if they look at that and say, Hey, that's another disadvantage. Hopefully from the coaches perspective, it's just more fuel for that underdog fire how about on the offensive side of the ball j or the transfer from Washington. three turnover four turnovers thatthe I believe he had the fumble two, three, three interceptions in that one. But I I still watching that game I. still kind of really like the look of him for the most part. But you gotta wonder how much of that is just ironing out the kinks against a team like Hawaii early in that first game of the season. Well I. think that's a lot of it I think probably if you look at the whole team, the person who could have benefited from more practice and especially more scrimmages more live situations would be Jake Hainer. It's just been so long since he had played four quarters in a live football game, you know he got a little time at Washington but never full game and you know it's been since high school. So this is really as first. Division One game it's such a surreal situation nobody in the stands there's some emotions worked in I mean it's family history in the Valley As parents actually at bulldog stadium and that's where he's playing but there's no fans there. He's wearing a number nine was retired for the record breaking Kevin Sweeney I mean there's all these little dynamics going into it so you can imagine how it might not be routine and comfortable and I think he did some things we probably won't see him do too much like bailing on a good pocket when it's only a three man rush the coaches don't want him doing that you've tried to force the ball downfield a little too much through those interceptions. One of them wasn't his fault it hit. The receiver right in the hands bounced off his pads what up in the air got pick. But you know those other turnovers as far as he's concerned are absolutely on him he knows he can be better and he's looking to prove that tonight against Colorado. State team that came into the valley last year and beat the bulldogs on their home field. Yeah. That was one of the you know the big wins for Colorado State didn't have a lot of, but certainly, that was a big moment for the rams last year. Paul Leffler joining us the voice of the Fresno State bulldogs and. Paul will leave on this one. I keep wanting to say what does the tape show Fresno state, but there's no tape with Adagios crew just yet but you look obviously some of those stars on the offensive side, not a whole lot of stars on the defensive side for the rams maybe you know other than Meinie Jones but you know Dante right stormed onto the scene last year for C. Issue Marcus Macelroy was was a decent back last year and then certainly trae McBride the tight end. Those are the guys, right? Those are the guys your circle if you're if the bulldogs tonight. Yeah in addition to probably you know two different quarterbacks that you may see in the game regardless of who starts macelroy had a game in Fresno. Last year McBride had a big game at a long touchdown in Fresno. Last year I can tell you absolutely without hesitation they're thrilled that Warren Jackson isn't suiting them for the rams this year because he was match nightmare but no, I mean they're going off tape from Boston College last year tape. From Ball State. In the past you know say anything they can draw conclusions from as far as WHO's calling the plays and what their tendencies are. They're looking at but personnel wise. Yeah. The guys who were here last year they have an idea of what they're capable of, and you know you mentioned Manny Jones I'm looking forward to seeing how he does on the interior of the line tonight versus where we see them in the past and. We saw last week some of those first game of the year jitters I think from both Fresno, state and Hawaii. So I'm also curious if Colorado State may have some of those moments early in this game where the rush shows or maybe the enthusiasm causes them to do a little too much. Yeah. No doubt about it should be I. Think Rams, fans just excited to have football get it back going here. I'm not real sure what the realistic expectations are for Colorado State are this season but I think for the most part fans are just ready to see them on the field Paul really appreciate your time and I hope we can You betcha good to talk to you Sunday night time and that's Paul Leffler he is the play Voice of the Fresno State bulldogs and man this guy does his homework I and he talked about many Jones switching to that D. tackle side of things Manny Jones had five sacks last year as defensive end but moving him inside now to see what he can do hopefully, he can create some havoc there. I I want this defense eventually and again with a new coach. Your identity is not it's you can't expect the odd as Yo Adagio identity to be their game one maybe not even season want. That's why I've always said with head coaches in college. Especially, you gotta go to three years. Before you really put. Put their feet in the fire pro to the fire you've got to you got to evaluate. You got to see how they do in the recruiting process. Once those guys that they recruit actually get in place a meaningful rep so It's the start Um when I asked the question when the power to play poll question is up. What are your expectations? Do you expect? Colorado state have a winning season. You might want that or you probably do want that but I don't expect it. To I think they can. Yeah I think this is one of those games. That you got to win because the season doesn't isn't any you know get any easier I thought the New Mexico game was a game. That you were GONNA win. So thought maybe it start the season to go but that New Mexico Games by by So yeah. I think if you're looking at somewhat of a successful season, maybe that's three wins. I actually pegged ramp the rams for three wins. But this was one of them and the game last week was one of them New Mexico Wyoming is going to be tough boise state's going to be tough. The Air Force down the road sandy goes to I. Mean it gets it gets harder as you go here. So. Seven Games and if you want to try to find some success this season already yeah. This is one of those games that you looked at that you should be able to win. But then again, that's that's a little unfair because I just don't know what to expect from Colorado state tonight. All right. We'll take a quick break twenty, two minutes after the Hour Colfax I got a twenty dollar gift certificate to the Windsor Mill Tavern go grab grab a little drink right before the game or a Bison Burger just regular cheeseburger whatever relax a bit before the game tonight at eight o'clock. That's Windsor. Tavern twenty. DOLLAR GIFT certificate caller number three. On the first advantage hotline nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, or toll free, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten..
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"No, it wasn't. But part of that I think is telling it was Kwami was cramping up and here's a team that wasn't on campus at all from the time covert it until after the mountain West reinstated fall football so that you know they didn't have access to the weight room they're on their own to try to be in football shape and he wasn't the only one who was dealing with some conditioned issues. So you'd hope that's cleared up, but it's only five days. Later that could rear its ugly head again tonight, and I'm sure the coaches you're going to keep close tabs on who's getting, how many rats and how frequently they're substituting. We're talking to the voice of the Fresno State bulldogs Paul Leffler I. I'm always a fan of unique defenses. I'm curious to see what Ceus you does. I know they're thrown in this Fox position I I'm very intrigued by that see how they use it. But on the other side for Fresno State, they had this four to five defense and a Husky position I. Just I just like the nicknames I don't really care if it's just the exact same I just liked the fact that you name them something different and it seems unique. Well and I guess a Husky is a dog. So fits with the bulldogs a little bit distant relative. But if they have to play Washington next year they play UCONN they may want to change that position name but coordinator that Defense William in is really charismatic guy at you know coach Khalil Mack at Buffalo and it's got some great stories of that and he's been at a lot of different places at college football. So you know he's experienced he's connected, but he's working with a team that may or may not be suited for. That allied with and I think that's what he has to discover You know they have had a few injuries that are a factor, but I think tonight's big test can the personnel us the other night and that same alignment be successful against physical running team? If not, do they have some changeups can they changed their front? Can they go to an odd front? Maybe an extra guy on the line what are some of the things they can do to try to counteract team that wants to overpower Hawaii did that second half and? That's probably the biggest thing I'm watching for tonight in addition to how the quarterback players and I think that's what's so interesting about the short season and how much can you really take from weeks? Game is that is that what this team is going to be because even if it was a regular season Paul, we'd say, Oh, well, that was the first game they're going to try to iron some of those things out but you said it Fresno state didn't practice a whole heck of a lot in fact, correct me if I'm wrong I don't think the bullocks practice until the schedules were. Is Correct. That is correct and that's you know the coaches are very careful to say, hey, that's not an excuse. Me Don't want anyone talking about that. We don't want to think about it, but it is the reality and you know from that standpoint, they are disadvantaged compared to the rest of the mountain west. That's just the way it is and I think the the spin on that is Fresno. State's greatest teams in the greatest moments in Fresno state history in any sport underdog stories. This is an area that you know has people in the bay area and La. Fresno you know, and the the thought is those people take their better than the folks here in the valley..
"bulldogs" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"But and with Fresno state that's complicated by the lack practice time, the dogs have had as well but again, it just expect the unexpected and that's why we love sports the unexpected. Well, you said you, you mentioned a few new coaches in the area where this station here the Voice of the bears we were pumped for the McCaffrey era and yeah, we're putting that on hold how `Bout Fresno State. Guy Familiar, great history with the bulldogs but Kaelin to bore. I know you think highly of him I know I know the bulldog's fans think very highly of this head coach. Yeah it's. It's really interesting that head coach hasn't won a game. Yet I think is so highly regarded and part of that is how well the team did when he was here as offensive coordinator, you know they did win amount West Championship won twenty two games in two years when the team they inherited, it only won one game the year before. So yeah, that was impressive but I think it's just who he is and how he carries himself how he expresses himself you can see the rapport with the players with the coaching staff. But he's a really genuine guy who was just had success anywhere. He's been and you know bulldog fans can't wait to see that I win. But I'll tell you having done a show with them this week and spent some more time talking to him yesterday. He's definitely concerned about Colorado state. He does coach adagios physical reputation. Now, you've got the curve ball today it sounds like you know the transfer from temples going to be starting quarterback and not O'Brien who fresno state face last year. So again not to beat the dead horse be a broken record, but expect the unexpected and I think these coaches need to as well and they need to be ready to adjust on the fly and what's interesting in on the Hawaii things. Last week when you look at the box score there in that game kind of unfolding as they were able to run on the bulldogs for three, hundred, twenty, three yards at quarterback was moving around. So wondering today, a lot of things were going through my brain as far as that decision by coach Adagio but then todd sent, you can run a little bit better than Patrick O'Brien. I'm wondering how much that was a factor when looking at the game last week between Fresno State Hawaii. I'm sure it's a big factor because not only did Cordeiro pile up that yardage in those hundred sixteen rushing yards for him. our with the sack yardage subtracted. So we actually had a better rushing day than that in that element of the game, but they also switch things up with Calvin Turner who they list as a running back play quarterback. At Jacksonville last year, they use some wildcat with him with two extra lineman seven linemen front. Fresno state really didn't adjust well to I'm sure that the rams coach is looked at that film and said, Hey, we think we can win the line out Physical Fresno state. So I think the onus is on the bulldogs tonight to prove that they can be that tough and physical upfront and stop the rent, and if they don't stop the run, they know it's going to be a long night. On the on the pass rush side of things for Fresno you look at what? kwami. Jones had had three six that was in the was that in the first quarter. Paul it seemed like he was off to a hot start and. Then then you kind of start peeling guys out of that game because guys are getting so tired but man, he looked unstoppable early on. Yeah he did. It was three sex in the first quarter we're thinking, Hey, remember that game. Eighty nine Ron Cox at seven sacks against cal state fullerton that record in.
"bulldogs" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Colorado. State's first game of the season taken on the Fresno State bulldogs and who better to talk to us about the Fresno State bulldogs and the Voice of the bulldogs Paul Leffler. Paul thank you so much on short notice by the way but thanks for giving us some time today before game night. You Bet it's college football I mean everybody's ready to go at a moment's notice because you never know when at a moment's notice things Mike, it can't. So it's just one of those bizarro years and I'm just excited. We've got a game here tonight. On our side. Now, what was that like for you last week? I never know where the broadcasters are. Now I never know if they're never know what that's like I don't know if they're in. Doing the game from a hotel room. What was it like for you personally last week You know it's one of those things you realize what you've taken for granted for. So long because a lot of people are are doing this under very difficult circumstances but no, it was great for us. They did move us out of our normal booth at the stadium and put us up on the roof. But I thought it was actually a little better vantage point probably GONNA be a little chillier up there tonight with the elements but Being able to be there and see it in person and described the action as you see it as opposed to a monitor that can't capture the whole view and the whole atmosphere. That's that's really ideal for someone calling a game. So I'm thankful we're still able to do that. What was it like the the lack of fans of course It's gotTa be a strange one too. Surreal absolutely surreal and you know one of the reasons that bulldog stadium has one of the top twenty five winning percentages in the country for any home field is that the fancier are so phenomenal at the red waves you know it's Almost a mythical situation that people talk about after they bring their teams here they lead boy that was a tough place to play. So the do a game there without that element without the palpable presence of the crowd, not the noise. But when that crowds there, you can feel it you feel it from you know the tips of your toes to the top of your head and and that's different and it's you know until they allow fans to come back. It's just not going to be the same. So it was pretty surreal to be there for that..
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"Bulldogs fifteen eight six and four in the SEC Reggie Perry leads away averaging seventeen points and ten rebounds a game or Mississippi state Ole miss at twelve eleven three and seven in SEC play but they have won their last two home games against South Carolina and Florida well miss visits Lexington on Saturday and Arkansas is a Tennessee tonight the hogs at sixteen and seven four and six in the SEC now they've lost three of their last four Mason Jones a big year for Arkansas continues to lead the Razorbacks in points rebounds and assists Tennessee comes in at thirteen ten five in five in league play now allows have lost four of their last five also tonight on the SEC schedule it's missus Missouri at number twenty five LSU Missouri eleven twelve three and seven in the SEC they have lost all five of their conference road games Ellis you now seventeen and six and eight and two in SEC play they lost twice last week at Vanderbilt and in overtime against Auburn Scott amaze had thirty points real issue in that game the Tigers now eight into tied atop the SEC with Auburn and Kentucky tomorrow night SEC play at South Carolina at Georgia the Gamecocks six and four in conference play the dogs now at two and eight Alabama is at number eleven Auburn tomorrow night Alabama beat Auburn eighty three sixty four in Tuscaloosa back on January fifteenth her Jones at fourteen points eleven rebounds in that game for Alabama but he is out of action now due to a wrist injury Alabama thirteen ten overall five in five in the league and our now twenty one two and eight and two in conference play also tomorrow it's Florida at Texas a and M. graduations to U. K. freshman Langston Jackson of track and field is the national men's athlete of the week as voted on by the track and field cross country coaches association he won the two hundred meters with a school record also won the sixty meters at the New Mexico deleted classic in Albuquerque last week freshman Langston Jackson back to basketball top twenty five New Mexico at number for for San Diego state tonight San Diego state twenty four known on the year thirteen a no in the mountain west New Mexico seventeen eight six and six in mountain west play number six Dayton is at home tonight against Rhode Island Dayton as twenty one into Teno in the a ten they want twelve in a row overall what island eighteen in five ten and one in Atlantic ten play they won all five of their conference road games they'll have a tough one at number six Dayton tonight Nebraska at number nine Maryland tonight Nebraska seven and sixteen on the year two and ten in big ten play Maryland comes in at nineteen and four nine and three now in the big ten after winning at Illinois on Friday night number thirteen Penn state is at Purdue and St eighteen five eight and four in the big ten they jump nine spots in the AP poll this week Purdue fourteen and ten and seven six in the big ten play after winning at Indiana on Saturday producers won its last three games nine or ten and two at home this year also Michigan state now on ranked plays at number twenty two Illinois tonight Michigan state sixteen eight eight and five in the big ten Illinois comes in at sixteen and seven and eight and four in big ten play tomorrow night the top twenty five number three Kansas is at number twenty number fourteen West Virginia number five little is at Georgia tech and number twenty three Crayton is at number ten Seton hall also number eighteen Marquette at number fifteen Villanova Xavier number nineteen Butler and number twenty Houston is at South Florida that's tomorrow night in top twenty five action more than Frank about countdown to tip off show coming up coaches pregame comments just ahead on the U. K. sports network Toyota has.
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"Big fan. I can tell. Today. How old forty five it's still very lovely. Hopefully, she's still she's she's. Four more to me now that she was twenty years ago. Big fan. I come back tail just say, maybe she's sports fan. You never know. Would you like some water right now? I'm fine. I'm just saying I'm Kimmy fan. All right. Trading deadline not that far away. We'll get to that. But I'm more. You you sound like I forgot Roger I didn't forget I just don't want to know the answer to the question come out to pull looking how is the poll? Rosh will the polls looking great also Twitter. We put up a poll the morning show is taking a road trip to the AT L. That's why for the Super Bowl. Of course. The Rams would air. But the real question is where should ELS, Ian? I take Tra. Travis rodgers. So we have some choices. Yes. The first choice is up. Magic city BULLDOGS follies. And swing and Richards Dong. So far the leader the leader in the clubhouse is magic city. Magic city, right. Number two. People seem to like swing and Richard say say that's the spot to go to and then BULLDOGS that fourteen and follies is coming in last you say that I won't use the other one. One. Russia's poll is always brought to you by Buffalo Wild Wings. Wings. Beer sports. I yes, I know rush. So that's where we can take Travis..